Jeremy Corbyn has begun a marathon final day of General Election campaigning with a rally in Glasgow city centre.
The Labour leader, cheered by hundreds of supporters, delivered one of his final addresses to voters from a platform on Buchanan Street.
Mr Corbyn told the crowd: "They underestimated us didn't they? "They underestimated the good sense of ordinary people, ordinary people all over Britain."
The speech marked Mr Corbyn's 84th campaign rally, with a further six events planned across the country over the course of the day, culminating in his Islington North constituency in the evening.
You could argue this is 'the Ukip election' as the decisions of the party's former backers could largely shape the result.
'Labour's popularity seems to have increased very considerably indeed, despite proposing a full £49bn of tax rises.'
The politician is to stand in for Diane Abbott in one of the biggest roles in the shadow cabinet in the final day of election campaigning.